(1/4) According to TSMC’s public announcement and roadmap (Source: https://t.co/EgzC8D1Wys):1. To be significant… https://t.co/MNjZc4UTpl
– 錤 (Ming-Chi Kuo) (Mingchikuo) 1653817903000
ShrimpApplePro has made similar claims before on Twitter. Going by these, Apple seems unlikely to accelerate the arrival of chipset upgrades on the iPhone. This is reserved for the A16 top-level model, after the A14 is likely to be given to lower-level models of the iPhone 14.
Kuo had previously said that Apple would not launch M2 chip Its MacBook Air until 2023 and the company will use the same M1 chip Its the next generation of MacBook Air.
So, if we like to believe Kuo, we won’t see too much new chipsets from Apple, be it the iPhone or the MacBook. The chip deficit that TSMC is facing could be a big help in furthering the cause of the delay. To keep things fresh and tolerate the slow pace of rollout, Apple could make some changes to existing chipsets and use different names for it.